weapons that you own or are going to own.

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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby Smerg » Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:45 pm

Thanks. My favorite part of the aesthetic was that I was able to fold the eagle patch of the belt to show neatly on one side of the strap.

From a distance it looks kind of like the UNSC symbol, and though I dont own an xbox or have ever played Halo, that gives it additional cool points in my book.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby Smerg » Thu Jul 07, 2016 2:45 am

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Belt straps a bit too long on the stock harness, sose Im prolly gonna trim it just cus I dont like the aesthetic of the dangle. I already have a newer belt bought to replace the current one so on the offchance I trim too much off, It'll just be a quick, simple matter to replace.

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Another strip of leather belt to connect the strap to the barrel. The leather's very soft, kinda loose and has absolutely no traction on the smooth barrel, so it slides up and down the length of the barrel a bit too easily for my liking. I slung it over my shoulder multiple times and wiggled to-and-fro and it never really came close to unslinging off the barrel, so I have confidence it could work but I still dont wanna risk it slipping, so this will definintely be replaced with a strip of leather that can be fashioned more tightly onto the barrel.

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Heres the full thing.

Didn't kill that deer, that was gramps. Like I said, as for the actual strap/sling, it was just taken off a leather laptop carry case.
Iffin anyone's curious, the backpack is a Swiss rucksack with a very convincingly constructed World War 1 reenactors helmet hanging atop it.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby TheTeddyguy » Thu Jul 07, 2016 2:51 am

Stop it.
Stop being a better craftsman than me.

Lol seriously though, good ****.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby deadwaste » Tue Jul 12, 2016 5:54 pm

Smerg wrote:Image

Belt straps a bit too long on the stock harness, sose Im prolly gonna trim it just cus I dont like the aesthetic of the dangle. I already have a newer belt bought to replace the current one so on the offchance I trim too much off, It'll just be a quick, simple matter to replace.

Image

Another strip of leather belt to connect the strap to the barrel. The leather's very soft, kinda loose and has absolutely no traction on the smooth barrel, so it slides up and down the length of the barrel a bit too easily for my liking. I slung it over my shoulder multiple times and wiggled to-and-fro and it never really came close to unslinging off the barrel, so I have confidence it could work but I still dont wanna risk it slipping, so this will definintely be replaced with a strip of leather that can be fashioned more tightly onto the barrel.

Image

Heres the full thing.

Didn't kill that deer, that was gramps. Like I said, as for the actual strap/sling, it was just taken off a leather laptop carry case.
Iffin anyone's curious, the backpack is a Swiss rucksack with a very convincingly constructed World War 1 reenactors helmet hanging atop it.


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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby Smerg » Fri Jul 15, 2016 4:18 pm

Yeah, says it expired or something.

Oh well.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby TheTeddyguy » Wed Nov 09, 2016 4:20 pm

I got myself a nice little pocket knife for work and everything else. Sharp enough to shave with, built like a solid rock with no wobble at all, and it looks great.

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I might get the one with the buffalo horn handle at some point after this.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby tyrud » Wed Nov 09, 2016 9:47 pm

Looks nice. Was it expensive?
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby TheTeddyguy » Wed Nov 09, 2016 10:19 pm

$40 some odd dollars.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby Smerg » Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:36 am

Very nice little cutter, Teddy. I'd post pictures of my folder but uh.. It aint a pretty one. It's a 7 dollar gas station knife I got when I was 12 and the only reason I'm still using it is to see just how long it'll last before failing. So far it's survived many, many camping trips, tho.

But as soon as it breaks I intend to get a CASE knife. I've always liked that brand.
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Re: weapons that you own or are going to own.

Postby TheTeddyguy » Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:45 am

I still have the first knife my dad bought me, and many a cheap gas station pocket knife lol. I have several that are designated specifically for scraping resin from my bowl and bong lmao.

I'll get the full collection together eventually and take a picture.
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